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to be joining tom. tom and i will be anchoring some of those at nbc washington.com starting at 7:00. so join us there. you can tell us about your voting experience. you can tweet us at nbcwashington #decision 2012. >>> all eyes on a coastal storm that could smack the new jersey and new york coastlines again. >> while you'll be doing a lot of work for this election, i will be doing no extra work for this storm. that should tell you something. during sandy, we were here the entire time. this storm is not going to be anything like that in our area at all. yes, i think we'll see some wins. yes, i think we'll see maybe a little rain and snow. this is not going to have a big impact on our area. it is going to take shape. not much of an impact on our weather. we're just on the cold side. 45 degrees. winds out of the east at nine miles per hour. temperatures around the rest of the region into the 30s already. in winchester, 39 degrees. 49 in gaithersburg. 43 in manassas. it is a very cold night. this storm will affect us at least a little bit in parts of the area. i'll show you who gets what and when c
out here in washington. she was spotted at her brother's home last night. he lives in the mount pleasant neighborhood of northwest d.c. camera crews were stationed outside the home this afternoon, but no sign of her today. broadwell lives in charlotte, north carolina. she's kept a low profile and has not spoken publiclybout her affair with petraeus when that was first made public last friday. >>> today, house minority leader nancy pelosi put rumors about her future to rest. there's been speculation she might step down from her leadership post or retire altogether. she raised more money than any other member of congress to put democrats back in power but her party regained only about half the seats needed. >> i have made a decision to submit my name to my colleagues to once again serve as the house democratic leader. >> nancy pelosi is the only woman ever elected as speaker of the house. she served in that capacity from 2007 to 2011, when the democrats lost their majority. her decision to remain in place means the democratic leadership is likely to remain as it is right now with
in washington this hour. his long day started with the early-morning victory speech. soon he needs to get back to work with congress to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff. keith russell is tracking the president's travel today. keith? >> hey, wendy. president obama and the first family are running a little bit behind schedule. they were supposed to be landing back our way in the next few minutes. but after a late-night celebrating of reelection victory, they just boarded air force one in chicago. 2 million votes separated the president from mitt romney last night. president obama acknowledged there's a lot of hard work ahead. if there's no spending compromise by december 31st, taxes will go up for every american new year's today. he called the top lawmakers from both parties. harry reid said, he's not kicking the can down the road. and says, any solution should include higher taxes on the richest of the rich. at his victory rally this morning, the president told supporters the best is yet to come. >> i believe we can seize this future together. because we are not as divided as our politics sugge
with the "washington post" to get his take on the fairness of it. tom thought wells did a great job. he believes that will be the review that wells will be remembered for. but he also agreed partly with fieri's defense. >> i don't think this would happen to a regular citizen chef inew york. this guy happens to be a big food network star. he's a very big target. but you know, in pete wells' defense, he did go to the restaurant four times. the place is not that inexpensive. it's right in the heart of times square. so there's a reason for giving it the negative review that he did. >> he tells us that he has no interest in going to fieri's restaurant, but would like to try the blue margarita. >> formaldehyde can mask any kind of food, right? >> ouch. >> rough out there. >> that's for sure. >> we had a pretty nice day today. lots of clouds. >> yeah. >> but pretty calm. >> calm and on the cool side. temperatures about ten degrees below average. that has all of the kids today at washington, middle and el elementary school in alexandria bundled up. they wanted to say hello. they are now waving to all of
into him at the washington episcopal school in bethesda last year while he was working as a substitute teacher there, teaching young kids. and that's why she came forward 43 years after the alleged incident. she said she was 12 at the time. this investigation revealed additional female victims and investigators think there could be even more. >>> right now, route 97 in montgomery county is still closed because of a school bus flipped onto its side after being clipped by a car around 1:30 this afternoon near rolling hills drive near the howard and montgomery county line. police say the car was trying to turn when it collided with the bus. one student onboard at the time wasn't hurt. both drivers did suffer some minor injuries. >>> tonight a death investigation in whoeton about 1:30 this afternoon, police got a call that a man fell out of a tree and died. when they showed up to a home on randolph road here, that tree also collapsed. detectives don't know how the man died. >>> former cia director david petraeus went to capitol hill today to tell lawmakers what he has learned about the att
to the south and west baltimore. that is actually some sleet being picked up by the radar. 47 in washington. 36 back toward pittsburgh. it is going to be a cold night tonight. i'll show you just how cold we get overnight and what's coming up next for the weekend. >> thank you, doug. >>> nearly two dozen schools will be shutting down in the district. a consolidation plan was unveiled today by the school chancellor. 20 schools will close across the city. only wards 1 and 3 are not affected. most of the schools set to close are in wards 5 and 7. chris gordon is in northeast d.c. with the reason behind these closures. >> reporter: it is all enrollment. this high school is historic. it is overlooking bening road in northeast washington. at the end of the academic school year, when it ends, next spring, it will close. >> the student enrollment is relatively low and it is the only d.c. high school scheduled to be closed. the ronald h. brown middle school in northeast is also on the list of schools that will take effect next school year. and nearby at smother elementary school, parents who pick up thei
immigration reform is reached. >> reporter: this group walked from california to washington, because members of her family face deportation. >> i come from a family of 11. and six members of my family were undocumented. they all received deportation letters. >> reporter: but these people face a fight. fred who heads the group who opposed the dream act said he's against immigration reform. >> it's not about education, it's all about amnesty. and congress has stopped that for ten years. we don't see it changing. the congress hasn't really changed. >> reporter: latino activists will now take their fight to capitol hill. >> they should have gotten the message this time around that immigrants and latinos came out and voted in big numbers this time around. and we want no more excuses. we want comprehensive immigration reform. >> there are an estimated 24 million latino voters in the united states. just before the election, president obama accused the republican party of alienating the fastest growing demographic in the country, the latino community. the president is also on record saying that his
. >>> i'm jackie bensen in northeast washington. a fire causes damage and confusion at the wholesale market near florida avenue. mark[ minto ] you know,nue. those ads saying mitt romney would ban all abortions and contraception seemed a bit extreme. so i looked into it. turns out, romney doesn't oppose contraception at all. in fact, he thinks abortion should be an option in cases of rape, incest, or to save a mother's life. this issue's important to me, but i'm more concerned about the debt our children will be left with. i voted for president obama last time, but we just can't afford four more years. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. >>> six days in jail, three years probation, that's the sentence federal prosecutors are recommending for former d.c. council quchairman kwame brown. he resigned from the council back in june, you'll recall, and pleaded guilty to bank fraud charges in connection with a $200,000 in personal loans. he could be sentenced up to six months in prison for his crime. prosecutors wrote brown has accepted responsibility for his misconduct and
about us, 67 right now in washington. but look back towards columbus, ohio. only 39 degrees. and rain there. that is not a very good afternoon. and that means for us, we're not going to see a very good morning tomorrow. we're talking about a very cold morning, a very rainy morning. tomorrow morning's rush hour, not going to be pretty. i'll talk to you about that, talk about what this storm will bring us, and break it down for you and show you what comes next. >>> now to new developments in the scandal involving retired general david petraeus. keith russell is live with details on how the fbi stumbled into paula broadwell and their alleged affair in the first place. >> senior lawmakers are asking why the fbi knew about david petraeus' extramarital affair for so long before they were informed. now at least we know, as you said, how that alleged affair was uncovered. nbc news has learned that petraeus family friend joe kelley began receiving anonymous e-mails she viewed as menacing, from a source close to kelley who reviewed the e-mails. the first referred to kelley socializing with othe
the east coast from washington, d.c. right up the 95 corridor toward new york. it is not what they nee to hear there and it's not what many people in our area want to hear. we'll talk more about that storm coming up in just a few minutes. but temperatures on the cool side. 46 in gaithersburg. 51 in washington right now. wind chills in the 30s now. we're going to get a lot colder as we move on through the night tonight. forecast coming up. >> all right. >>> the presidential campaigns have been awaiting the october jobs report in hopes of a last-minute boost before election day. and the unemployment rate inched up a bit. just a teeny bit from 7.8 to 7.9. that's below the psychologically important threshold of 8%. employers added 171,000 workers to their payrolls last month, more than analysts had expected, and a sign of growth. experts say the jobless rate went up because more workers restarted their job hunts. that's another hopeful sign. >>> both candidates found talking points in this report, as you might suspect. president obama hailed the job growth as a sign the economy is moving i
washington, jackie benson, news 4. >>> tonight, we're learning and hearing from a man who came to a woman's rescue after she had been attacked in her upper northwest d.c. home. news 4 pat collins joins us live with his reaction in the chevy chase neighborhood where it all unfolded. pat? >> jim. two things tonight. first, official charges for that teenager accused of beating and robbing an 81-year-old woman. and then we hear from the postman who came to her aid. >> it's hard. i never seen anything like this in this community ever. it's strange. unfortunately, it had to happen to someone like her. >> this is teddy, he's the mailman in this neighborhood. he came to the rescue of that 81-year-old woman beaten and robbed in her home on mckinley street. >> knocked on her door to give her the mail and i notice she was disturbed. and she reached out to me and said, you have to help me. i said, what happened? she said, she had been attacked and robbed. i said, do you need the police? she said, yes, could you please call them. >> reporter: this happened wednesday and police say an 18-year-old broke
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